Posted Oct 30th 2011 9:32AM
The new 2010 Bentley Continental Supersports have made their way around the internet for the past two weeks, but today, Bentley was ready to release all the details of their new powerful E85 Continental Supersports seat super 621 2. The front discs and massive carbon ceramic service speed, and downshift paddle movie many times in the preparation of the velocity curve (relatively) low first. Aluminum suspension components help sticky Pirelli bite hard, and once passed the summit, which will have dual Turbo Accelerator 590, 12-cylinder lb-ft of torque back on the track surface in New York. Meet the 2010 Bentley Continental Supersports is like discovering the family’s lawyer in a cool slugging spends his free time as a boxer with his own hands.
If you mix the aluminum gas pedal 2010 Bentley Continental Supersports on the floor, what happens next is different from any other car, not to mention other Bentley. It is not only dramatic thrust of the 621 horsepower 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine, as there are other ultra high performance cars to be cannon at 60 mph in 3.7 seconds. “We had a group of engineers working to get more power from our 6.0-liter W-12 engine,” says Brian Gush, Director of Bentley’s powertrain and chassis engineering. “Another spoke of reducing vehicle weight. A third worked in the ZF, looking for quick changes. We decided to merge the efforts together, add a program to improve the body/chassis and the last Continental GT.”
The Continental Supersports gets a modified version of the AWD system in any model of Continental. In this application, the AWD system distributes torque 40 percent to the front wheels and 60 percent in the back by default. Using electronic lock differential torque can be reused as the situation requires, of course. As the most extreme continental, wait a bit of a roll of shame surfaces evil. And you would be right. However, the performance levels of the car and the limits of what it’s worth, if that’s what you need. If you need more ass Cus note versions of a little less manic speed Continental Bentley Supersport 2010.